Post-Emergency Budget Briefing

June 14, 2010 10:51 AM

On the 23rd June the TaxPayers' Alliance and the Institute of Economic Affairs will be holding a briefing in the wake of the coalition government's Emergency Budget, bringing together key economic experts to discuss their thoughts and findings. Speakers will discuss the likely consequences of the actions taken and not taken at this crucial new budget. The TPA and IEA will present early analysis of the likely economic effects of the measures announced, and look into the fine print for any hidden nasties  - and we're inviting you to join us!

 

The details are as follows:
 
9.45am for 10.00am, Wednesday 23rd June 2010
Harvey Godwin Suite, Church House Conference Centre, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, SW1P 3NZ

Speakers will include:

Ruth Lea (chair), Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group
Philip Booth, Editorial Director, Institute of Economic Affairs
Mike Denham
, TPA Research Fellow and former Treasury and City Economist
Allister Heath
, Editor of City AM
Graeme Leach
, Chief Economist and Director of Policy, Institute of Directors
William Norton
, City Solicitor and lead researcher for the James Review
John Redwood
MP
Matthew Sinclair
, Research Director, TaxPayers’ Alliance
David B. Smith
, Beacon Economic Forecasting

If you'd like to attend and hear the first reaction of these eminent economists to the new government's Emergency Budget then please RSVP to emma.bennett@taxpayersalliance.com. It promises to be a very interesting morning!

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